Dr. Sungeun Lee

Postdoc

Laboratoire Ampère
Ecole Centrale de Lyon
Université de Lyon
36 avenue Guy de Collongue
69134 Ecully cedex
France







mia.sungeun.lee@gmail.com
+33 (0) 472 18 61 18

Research Interests

My current research project is determining the relative contributions of different microbial communities to nitrogen cycling in soil (see COMICONS project). Following on from my PhD work, I am also very interested in the ecology of soil viruses and their impact on biogeochemical cycling. I utilize culturing, stable isotope probing and metagenomics (& viromics) to target specific microbial groups and uncover virus-host interactions in soil.

Curriculum Vitae

  • 2020 – current. Postdoc, Ecole Central de Lyon

Education

  • 2020. Ph.D. in Microbial Ecology, Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France. Thesis: Virus-host interactions across a soil pH gradient at the community and individual scale.
  • 2016. M.S in ecosciences and microbiology, Université de Lyon, France. Thesis: Effects of cropping systems and nitrogen fertilization on microbial diversity.
  • 2014. B.S in Biology organisms and population, Université de Lyon, France

Publications

  • Lee S, Sieradzki ET, Nicolas AM, Walker RL, Firestone MK, Hazard C, Nicol GW . Methane-derived carbon flow through host-virus trophic networks in soil. Preprint at https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.12.16.423115
  • Finn DR, Lee S, Lanzén A, Bertrand M, Nicol GW, Hazard C. 2021. Agricultural management that improves richness conveys increased resistance and resilience to fungal, but not prokaryote, communities. Preprint at https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.03.15.992560

Conference Presentations

  • S Lee, C Hazard, G Nicol. Flux de carbone dérivé du méthane à travers les réseaux trophiques hôte-virus. Société Française de Virologie. Lyon, France. 2021. (Poster)
  • S Lee, E Sieradzki, A Nicolas, M Firestone, C Hazard, G Nicol. Methane-derived carbon flow through host-virus trophic networks in soil. AGU Fall Meeting. 2020. (Oral)
  • S Lee, C Hazard, G Nicol. Stable-isotope probing and metagenomic analysis demonstrates individual host-virus interactions in soil methanotroph communities. 4th Thünen Symposium on Soil Metagenomics. Braunschweig, Germany. 2019. (Oral)
  • S Lee, C Hazard, G Nicol. Uncovering virus-bacterial host interactions across ecological gradients in soil. BAGECO 15. Lisbon, Portugal. 2019. (Poster)
  • S Lee, S. Cecillon, M. Bertrand, G Nicol, C Hazard. Do alternative agricultural cropping systems promote soil microbial diversity? ISME 16. Montreal, Canada. 2016. (Poster)

Workshop Participation

  • ICME10 – International Course in Microbial Ecology: Hands-on training in Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic metagenomics. University of Milano-Bicocca, Milan, Italy. 2019.
  • Ecogenomics of microbes. University of Alicante, Alicante, Spain. 2017.